| District created|
Joan Robinson Holman
William J. Moore
| September 6, 2010(2010-09-06) (aged 81)
New Bloomfield, Pennsylvania|
Andrew Holman, Robin Loy, Anne Hastie
Allan Holman Wikipedia
Allan W. Holman, Jr. (July 28, 1929 – September 6, 2010) is a former Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He was born in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, in 1929. He married Joan Robinson and raised a family of three children, Andrew, Robin, and Anne. He later had eight grandchildren, Jenn, Sarah, Rachael, Robbie, Sam, Andy, Elliott, and Julian. After serving as a state Representative, he continued his career as a lawyer, and began the Law Offices of Holman and Holman with daughter Robin. He also created plans for Little Buffalo State Park; thus the park lake was named "Holman Lake" in his honor. Though referred to as "Holman's Mudhole" in the beginning, the park became a beautiful spot for hikers, swimmers, boaters, and fishing enthusiasts. Throughout his life, Holman also donated money to various charities. He volunteered with the Boy Scouts, and served as a member of many organizations throughout Perry County. He also spent a lot of time watching sports, Penn State being his favorite team.